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Posted on 2008-06-23
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I updated the Cisco ASA from version 7.2 to 8.0 (2). Now I'm not able to connect to the ASA with ASDM.

I get this error message: Your ASA image has a version number 8.0(2) which is not supported by ASDM 5.1(2). But I'm running this with a ASDM-602 installer so not sure why it's not working?

Here's my show disk info:

ciscoasa# show disk
--#--  --length--  -----date/time------  path
    2  8192        Jun 20 2008 07:41:36  log
   64  4181246     Jan 01 2003 00:08:48  securedesktop-asa-3.2.1.103-k9.pkg
   65  398305      Jan 01 2003 00:09:22  sslclient-win-1.1.0.154.pkg
   66  7495680     Mar 19 2008 14:18:14  asdm-512.bin
   68  6889764     Jun 20 2008 05:14:00  asdm-602.bin
   69  14524416    Jun 20 2008 07:37:38  asa802-k8.bin
   70  6764544     Jun 20 2008 07:33:52  ASA712.bin
    6  8192        Jun 20 2008 07:42:06  crypto_archive

Please help!! Thanks!
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2PiFL: Thank you for your help with this!!

That worked!!!!!
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